Epson’s new range of high lumens 3LCD projectors includes what it claims are the world’s smallest and lightest 20,000 lumens models (EB-PU2220B / EB-PU2120W), which are 64 per cent smaller and 50 per cent lighter than their predecessor (EBL20000U).
Advantages include much reduced size and weight, easier installation and set-up, simplified maintenance and great image quality. Environmental benefits include much lower power consumption and significantly reduced packaging requirements with lower carbon footprint, as the reduced weight and size means the projectors are easier to store, transport and install, saving on warehouse space as well as labour and delivery costs.
All models include functionality that enables simple installation, stacking, lens flexibility and control. The range includes in-built processing for PC-free stacking which means two supported projectors can be stacked to double the brightness without need of external computerware. Additional features include NFC functionality for simpler installation, enabling communication between projectors and NFC-compatible Android smart devices, even when the projector is off.
Nutanix launches new product portfolio
Nutanix has announced the global availability of a simplified product portfolio to align with rapidly evolving customer requirements. The Nutanix Cloud Platform delivers a consistent operating model across all types of clouds – public, private, and hybrid. With this launch, the company says it has further streamlined customers’ digital transformations by delivering an easy-to-consume set of solutions.
In addition to making it easier for customers to execute on their hybrid multi-cloud strategies, the new portfolio removes the complexity often associated with enabling a full range of hybrid cloud services across multiple environments. This is achieved by simplifying packaging, metering and pricing to enable customers to plan for changing needs more easily, including workload expansions, cloud preferences, tech refreshes, and more.
Customers can further accelerate their cloud journey by taking advantage of Nutanix validated designs and deployment best practices for common use cases.
Rubrik expands ransomware recovery warranty
Zero trust data security company Rubrik, has announced businesses can gain additional confidence their data is recoverable following a cyber-attack with an industry-first ransomware warranty that now includes the company’s isolated cloud vault service for critical data. Now, customers using Rubrik Cloud Vault, built on Microsoft Azure, can benefit from the assurance that Rubrik will pay up to five million dollars in recovery-related costs, in the event Rubrik is unable to recover secured data.
NordVPN steps into antivirus market
NordVPN has released Threat Protection. Integrated into the NordVPN app,
this new feature mitigates three primary kinds of threats, web trackers and malicious ads, harmful websites, and infected files.
“We know that cybersecurity evolves rapidly and cybersecurity tools must evolve too. And as part of a broader effort to shift into a more encompassing cybersecurity company, introducing Threat Protection brings us one step closer,” said NordVPN Product Strategist Vykintas Maknickas. “With the introduction of Threat Protection, we will be able to offer more services and more comprehensive protection that doesn’t depend merely on your VPN connection.”
Fujitsu redefines business scanning
PFU (EMEA) has unveiled the Fujitsu fi-8000 series. The devices are designed to address today’s capture challenges and drive sustainable business impact.
Aiming to set new expectations, Clear Image Capture technology enables exceptional image quality across all Fujitsu fi-8000 devices, ensures strong OCR accuracy rates, and the capability to capture a wide range of documents. The range is designed to deliver maximum uptime and real-world productivity gains thanks to enhanced multi-feed detection which prevents misfeeds and jams, and can capture up to 90 double-sided pages per minute. With the Overscan Control function automatically adjusting the scanning area to prevent image loss on slightly skewed documents, users can eliminate the need for rescanning, and ensure uninterrupted operation.
The scanners offer reliability, reduced power consumption, and consistently provide the ‘perfect feed’ thanks to Automatic Separation Control. Intelligent Sonic Paper Protection (iSOP) and patented Image Monitoring technology combine for the safe capture and protection of passports, booklets (up to 7mm thick) or mixed batches, even when labels or photos are attached.